OK, so I'll preface this by saying my usual camping rig is a Hennessy Explorer, converted to whoopies, with a Warbonnet Superfly tarp. Not exactly minimalist gear, but not super crazy heavy either. About a month back, I sprung for the ENO Double for day trips, for a backup rig, and specifically for an upcoming trip. Just got back from said trip - a one week Sea Base excursion aboard a gaff-rigged schooner sailing around the Keys in Florida - where I slept above decks in that ENO the entire trip. I love love love this hammock! I converted the suspension to whoopies, added a Zing-it structural ridgeline, and I slept like a baby with the rocking of the waves making the hammock my cradle, and the wind in the rigging my lullaby. If I get a bug net, this may be a switch-hitter for the Hennessy rather than a backup! Light, airy, breathable and incredibly comfortable - man, I almost wish I'd found this hammock first.